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All wrapped up!
18 December 2011
How do you wrap up a Bouroullec bird or a Saskia Diez ring? Of course, wrapping paper and a bow serve their purpose, but we'd like it a little more sophisticated if you please. For instance, we hear the Bülow family has come up with a very entertaining method. Gifts are wrapped several times, with a different name from the company of revelers written on each layer of wrapping, along with a short poem. When unwrapping the present, no-one actually knows whom it is for; it keeps going back and forth. And in-between the poems have to be recited of course!

If you want to wrap up your present in one or more layers, we recommend the Stylepark gift wrap. You can download it here and print it out on your printer. If your present is too big, you can stick several sheets together decoratively with colored tape, or have a larger sheet printed at a printing shop (our PDF is fully scalable). And don't forget to write the names and poems on each layer! Happy giving! nr
Wrapping-papers by Stylepark – find a download-link under every picture,
photo © Dimitrios Tsatsas, Stylepark
Download here: “Hexagon”, graphic © Dimitrios Tsatsas, Stylepark
Download here: “Morph”, graphic © Dimitrios Tsatsas, Stylepark
Download here: “Stars”, graphic © Dimitrios Tsatsas, Stylepark
Download here: “Polka Dot”, graphic © Dimitrios Tsatsas, Stylepark
Download here: “Small Trees”, graphic © Dimitrios Tsatsas, Stylepark
Download here: “Rocks”, graphic © Dimitrios Tsatsas, Stylepark
Download here: “Hexagon Multilayer”, graphic © Dimitrios Tsatsas, Stylepark
Download here: „Big Trees”, graphic © Dimitrios Tsatsas, Stylepark
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All wrapped up!
18 December 2011
Finding the right gift is an art in itself. Then there is the question of the wrapping. We recommend Stylepark's gift wrap designs, and not only for design accessories.
How do you wrap up a Bouroullec bird or a Saskia Diez ring? Of course, wrapping paper and a bow serve their purpose, but we'd like it a little more sophisticated if you please. For instance, we hear the Bülow family has come up with a very entertaining method. Gifts are wrapped several times, with a different name from the company of revelers written on each layer of wrapping, along with a short poem. When unwrapping the present, no-one actually knows whom it is for; it keeps going back and forth. And in-between the poems have to be recited of course!

If you want to wrap up your present in one or more layers, we recommend the Stylepark gift wrap. You can download it here and print it out on your printer. If your present is too big, you can stick several sheets together decoratively with colored tape, or have a larger sheet printed at a printing shop (our PDF is fully scalable). And don't forget to write the names and poems on each layer! Happy giving! nr